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Johor Schools Cup

On Saturday, 12th October 2019, Marlborough hosted its first Johor Schools Cup. Thirty-two teams participated in four different age groups with some excellent football played by young people from the local area. The standard was very high and all teams faced challenging opposition with Marlborough losing in the semi-finals in three of the competitions. This […]

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Remove | Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay

Currently, Remove pupils are studying plants; how they transport materials, how they exchange gases and acquire nutrients. So, on Tuesday, 8th October, 90 pupils boarded three coaches to visit over 1,500,000 plants in Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay. We were lucky enough to visit both the Flower and Cloud Domes with our guides who were informative […]

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Straits Cross Country 2019

On Saturday we saw the inaugural Straits Cross Country event take place with SAS, ISKL and UWC Dover all competing. Saturday’s performance by Marlborough was astounding – everyone pushed themselves to the limit in the blistering heat. There were multiple pupils representing each age group and the event showed the College’s full sporting potential and […]

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The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition

In 2019 more than 11 000 young people from across the Commonwealth entered the Essay Competition. As the world’s oldest schools’ writing competition, it invites entries from under-18s to share their views and experiences on an important current topic on a global platform. Past winners include the Prime Minister of Singapore, Mr Lee Hsien Loong; […]

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Remove | Franchise Fair

Pupils in Remove prepared a Franchise Fair in order to persuade potential investors to purchase a franchise agreement with them. Pupils acted as franchisors engaging and enticing their clients. Franchise firms ranged from a fish restaurant to a bakery and healthy drinks enterprise. Food and drink was most definitely the theme of the day. Pupils […]

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Visit by University of Edinburgh

We were delighted to welcome Ms Louise Zeelenberg, Regional Manager for South East Aisa and Australasia for the University of Edinburgh to Marlborough College Malaysia this week. Over thirty pupils attended her very informative presentation, where she introduced the University of Edinburgh, the city itself, and elaborated on some of the differences in historical background, […]

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Johor Tigers Clinic

On Wednesday, 25th September, it was Marlborough’s distinct pleasure to welcome the Johor Tigers to the College campus. The purpose of the visit was for Marlborough pupils to benefit from the expertise and experience of the U19 Tigers, which they shared with us generously. The clinic itself comprised three different components for which pupils were […]

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Pupil Voice

The Pupil Council meetings are running over the course of the next ten days at MCM. All meetings are run by our College Prefects and they report back to SMT on the matters raised by our day pupils and boarders. All Houses (day and boarding) are represented at the meetings through: Eco Council – 2 […]

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Basketball 1st Team vs. SG Basketball

The Basketball 1st team went over to Singapore to play SG Basketball at Turf City. This was the team’s first match of the season and it ended very closely with a score of 29-27, with Kai Jun Cheong scoring the game-winning layup with one minute on the clock. The team played hard on defence but […]

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Annual Pearson Edexcel Awards Ceremony

Mr Eatough travelled up to KL on the evening of Friday 20th September, with three of our pupils, Arthur Gatignol, Nanarelle Hundertmark and Nhu Nguyen, to attend the annual Pearson Edexcel Awards Ceremony, which took place at Le Meridien Hotel on the Saturday morning. The event is held each year to recognise those pupils who have excelled at a national […]

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